Enabling integrated terms of payment solutions for your MSME customers
Fairbanc provides AI/ML powered terms of payment solutions integrated to your business. No smartphones, KYC or loan applications required.
Built to help you grow
Free Liquidity to Drive
Fairbanc terms of payment has helped driving 35% sales growth in distributors in 2020.
Revolving and Adjusted to
Revolving fund that are continuously adjusted as your business grows.
Driving Excellence Through
We provide data that matters to your business. Monitor your growth, loan utilization, and collection easily.
Digital Facility Limit and
Eliminate your customers’ cash shortages by providing instant terms of payment option upon purchase.
Data Intellegence and
Analyze customers’ data to help you to minimize risks of bad-debts and grow your customer transaction value.
No loan application, no smartphone, and mobile application needed.
Where bank saw risk,
Fairbanc saw an opportunity
Accessibility is important to reach underserved communities and we try our best to make it easy for them. We don’t require collateral, credit history, smartphone ownership, or digital literacy to qualify for extending terms of payment. It’s an easy and straightforward process.
Our amazing team
Our Valuable Partner
“Buy now, pay later” (BNPL) startups have gained traction by targeting consumers, but BNPLs for businesses are also starting to take off. One example is Fairbanc, which is based in Singapore but focused on Indonesia. It allows small businesses to take out short-term credit to purchase fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) inventory. Fairbanc announced today it has raised
FinTech for the Unbanked, Fairbanc, receives backing from Columbia Business School’s Student Run Impact Fund
San Francisco, CA, December 16th 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, Fairbanc, the Silicon Valley-based FinTech that offers credit to the unbanked in Southeast Asia, just received backing from Columbia Business School’s student run impact fund Microlumbia. This new financial backing comes on the heels of recent investment from 500 Startups and Indonesian billionaire Michael Sampoerna. Earlier this year,
Mom-and-pop stores are pillars of neighborhoods in lower-to-middle income communities. These family-owned retail shops — called warungs in Indonesia, sari-sari stores in the Philippines, or kirana shops in India — serve as the place where people gather, catch up with friends, and purchase daily essentials like food, mobile phone reloads, sachets of shampoo and soap,